Calendar: April 11-17, 2022

Wednesday, April 13

Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra Meeting
The Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra will hold a virtual meeting via Zoom for its members and friends. All are invited and those interested in attending are asked to contact Ray White at <rayhwhite@yahoo.com> for details regarding this meeting including the Zoom link and music files to download for playing. Selections scheduled include works by Handel, Dunstable, Grieg and Praetorius as well as an anonymous 15th-century Polish motet. The Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra is requesting a $10.00 per session fee from all Zoom session attendees. Further information about this fee will be included with the information sent to those interested in attending who contact Ray White.

Time: Wednesday, April 13, 7:30 PM: PDT
Cost: $10.
Venue: Online via Zoom.
More information HERE.

Sunday, April 17

St. John Schola Chants Easter
St. John Schola chants the Hour of Terce & High Mass of Easter, Mass IX (“Cum iubilo”) and Propers for Easter Sunday in the Latin Gregorian chant of the historical Traditional Roman Rite, in the authentic context of a fully Traditional Catholic Latin High Mass.

Time: Sunday, April 17, 9:30 AM: PDT
Cost: Free.
Venue: St. John’s Oratory at the historic Fishermen’s & Seamen’s Memorial Chapel, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 45-B (one block NE of Jefferson & Taylor,
next to the bell-tower), San Francisco.
More information HERE.


Tuesday, March 8—Tuesday, April 12

Six Suites in Six Weeks: Exploring Bach’s Six Cello Suites
Amateur Music Network, in partnership with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Continuing Education Division, presents “Six Suites in Six Weeks,” an online interactive exploration and discussion of Bach’s six cello suites.

Time: Successive Tuesdays, March 8–April 12, 5:30 PM: PDT
Cost: $20-$100.
Venue: Online.
More information HERE.


Written by Heidi Waterman